What tools to parse the ever-changing Aaham page?

Good day ) Asked this question, first commercial then with the idea of curiosity. Has long moved away from trying to program anything more than "script on the knee to send mails from the database for the crown".
In General, there is a problem. The site itself is a Bookmaker's office Marathon. To the front there is a live event. They are constantly updated odds.
In the developer tools shows that constantly with some sort of interval slutsa ajax requests (perhaps I am mistaken in determining the nature of the queries) to update these numbers in the window in real time.
Here in this context the question arose, in what side to dig and what tools to use to get the entire page every 1-2 minutes, but that all changed in real-time.
My thoughts are that using PHANTOMJS to parse the full page and issue on localhost, and to update the contents pages using the same ajax requests that go on the site.
If this is the right idea, tell me enough if I only one phantom and PHP to implement this task?
Can the phantom to see these requests and forward them to me in real time?
Will it be too much to protect it from parsing on the site where it all get?
June 14th 19 at 19:13
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June 14th 19 at 19:15
with some sort of interval slutsa ajax requests..

maybe try to send the same requests yourself and parse the response, and if there is json returns something even simpler.
How to understand what it is. I've worked with json but I can not understand it or not, and assuming you can do with it, like taking the phantom!? - geoffrey55 commented on June 14th 19 at 19:18
That's it. But you'd better post the answer of the query in text form, you here is very nice such screens to read? - jeramie.Lesch commented on June 14th 19 at 19:21
June 14th 19 at 19:17
Lay out a full response to the ajax request.
June 14th 19 at 19:19
Why parse the whole page, when you can catch ajax request, and send the same. And if there is a json that is nothing to do is not necessary.

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